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2 Comments

  1. MK Love MK Love
    May 31, 2008    

    As a Master of Nursing student I am currently learning about Second Life (SL). It has been a frustrating experience. I first had to upgrade my laptop, lost orientation island but when I found it the only thing I got to work was flying. As a group we attempted to have a meeting but could not get everyone talking at once. Most of my issues stemmed from inexperience but the difficult start has dimmed my desire to participate in SL.

    MKL.

  2. Margaret Martin Margaret Martin
    July 17, 2008    

    As a AU MDE student, I have visted the educational sites on SL, specifically Berkman and have found them useful. I do believe that SL as a educational tool is valuable to students and educators as it increases interaction and class cohesiveness.

    I would like to see a grid specifically dedicated to educational purposes – as it may make it easier for students to participate.

    Margaret

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